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Remainders: Only two vendors bid on city school lunch contract

  • Despite parsley prices, just two produce distributors bid to supply veggies to city schools. (Crain’s NY)
  • A Manhattan Institute center is asking courts to make public employees’ pension data public. (NY Torch)
  • The state teachers union is the third highest-spending lobbying group; the UFT is eighth. (NYPIRG)
  • Today’s RttT winners excluded some early ed leaders but included one making cuts. (Early Ed Watch)
  • Someone who says he is a pricey SAT tutor working in city charter schools answers questions. (Reddit)
  • Brooklyn’s District 17 is holding a “community feast and holiday show” tomorrow. (GS Calendar)
  • The After School Corporation is bringing a city program to New Orleans and Baltimore. (Beyond School)
  • An Illinois school played Justin Bieber tunes on repeat to raise money for its arts center. (Huffington Post)
  • L.A. teachers ratified a contract that basically turns schools into unionized charters. (Contra Costa Times)
  • In a second addition, the city is growing the Peck Slip School by two more classrooms. (Daniel Squadron)
  • Bronx P.S. 48’s music program wins $50,000 for original rap music video. (Schoolbook)
  • College Board e-mails some students and counselors asking for credit card information. (The Choice)